'No more fit for use than a wax-work image would be for a gas-stoker': 'Scabs' and the cultural politics of late Nineteenth-Century Australian labourism

Nicholas Andre Dyrenfurth

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLabour Traditions
EditorsJulie Kimber, Peter Love, Phillip Deery
Place of PublicationMelbourne, Australia
PublisherAustralian Society for the Study of Labour History
Pages95 - 101
Number of pages7
ISBN (Print)9780980388312
Publication statusPublished - 2007
EventNational Labour History Conference 2007 - Melbourne Vic Australia, Melbourne Vic Australia
Duration: 4 Jul 20076 Jul 2007

Conference

ConferenceNational Labour History Conference 2007
CityMelbourne Vic Australia
Period4/07/076/07/07

Cite this

Dyrenfurth, N. A. (2007). 'No more fit for use than a wax-work image would be for a gas-stoker': 'Scabs' and the cultural politics of late Nineteenth-Century Australian labourism. In J. Kimber, P. Love, & P. Deery (Eds.), Labour Traditions (pp. 95 - 101). Melbourne, Australia: Australian Society for the Study of Labour History.
Dyrenfurth, Nicholas Andre. / 'No more fit for use than a wax-work image would be for a gas-stoker': 'Scabs' and the cultural politics of late Nineteenth-Century Australian labourism. Labour Traditions. editor / Julie Kimber ; Peter Love ; Phillip Deery. Melbourne, Australia : Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, 2007. pp. 95 - 101
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Dyrenfurth, NA 2007, 'No more fit for use than a wax-work image would be for a gas-stoker': 'Scabs' and the cultural politics of late Nineteenth-Century Australian labourism. in J Kimber, P Love & P Deery (eds), Labour Traditions. Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 95 - 101, National Labour History Conference 2007, Melbourne Vic Australia, 4/07/07.

'No more fit for use than a wax-work image would be for a gas-stoker': 'Scabs' and the cultural politics of late Nineteenth-Century Australian labourism. / Dyrenfurth, Nicholas Andre.

Labour Traditions. ed. / Julie Kimber; Peter Love; Phillip Deery. Melbourne, Australia : Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, 2007. p. 95 - 101.

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Dyrenfurth NA. 'No more fit for use than a wax-work image would be for a gas-stoker': 'Scabs' and the cultural politics of late Nineteenth-Century Australian labourism. In Kimber J, Love P, Deery P, editors, Labour Traditions. Melbourne, Australia: Australian Society for the Study of Labour History. 2007. p. 95 - 101